I’ve had A History of Food in 100 Recipes by William Sitwell sitting on my nightstand for more than a year; I save it for those evenings when I’m too tired to read anything lengthy but still want a few minutes of quiet time before I turn off the light.
The Sundance Film Festival is a wonderful celebration of nearly every kind of film imaginable. It's also set in Park City, Utah, which—although stunningly beautiful—is also really damn cold. Here are the films we're willing to wait in the cold to see.
The work of artist duo Jade Tomlinson and Kev James of Expanded Eye (previously) spans paintings, installations, street art, sculptures and most importantly tattoos that blend line work, typography, and geometry.
John Moffat’s new book covers the history of the Standard Model of particle physics from its beginnings to the recent discovery of the Higgs boson – or, as Moffat cautiously calls it, the new particle most physicists believe is the Standard Model Higgs.
Watch this video of beautifully lit macro photos of everyday objects by photographer Pyanek (who also scored the audio) and see how many objects you can guess. I failed miserably. (via Colossal Submissions)
Não há falta de épicas longas-metragens sobre a exploração espacial que nos marcam para toda a vida, mas nem sempre são necessárias 2h ou mais de filme para nos fazerem pensar no assunto - como esta curta Solus nos demonstra.
I started working through Arduino Workshop by John Boxall over the holidays, and it's a lot of fun so far. I highly recommend it if you're thinking about getting into Arduino projects and you're brand new to this stuff.
Soir Bleu by Edward Hopper, 1914. The trend has now become delightfully clear: the world's best-known art institutions have got around to the important business of making their collections freely viewable online.